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Intuit Health Overview
Intuit Health: Making healthcare easier for everyone
We're committed to improving healthcare by connecting providers and patients through innovative clinical, administrative and financial services.
Intuit Health was formed by the recent combination of Medfusion and Intuit's Quicken Health Group. We're the industry leader in advancing provider and patient communication through online services.
We've taken Intuit's legendary approach to solving people's tough, everyday problems and are applying it to the needs of medical practices and patients. The results: Innovative, easy-to-use solutions that are profoundly transforming how patients and providers interact.
Intuit, the makers of QuickBooks, TurboTax and Quicken, acquired Medfusion in May 2010. Established in Raleigh, N.C. in 1996, Medfusion released its first suite of provider-patient communication solutions in 1998. Over the last 12 years, we've continually improved the offering to deliver a comprehensive, robust, secure, HIPAA-compliant solution for providers and practices.
Today more than 2.5 million patients and 32,000 providers use our patient portal. It received a No. 1 ranking for the past two years from KLAS research, an independent firm that monitors vendor performance. With more than 93,000 transactions each day, our patient portal solution simplifies everyday tasks such as making appointments, filling out papwork, getting lab results, and paying medical bills.
The Need for Provider-Patient Communication Solutions
Intuit Health helps medical practices improve their practice efficiency, manage increasing cost pressures - all the while improving patient satisfaction. In addition, Intuit Health's patient-to-provider solutions extend the value of an electronic health record, or EHR, giving patients timely electronic access to their health information. This is one of the requirements for providers to receive incentive payments funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act for the meaningful use of electronic health records.
Both providers and patients find significant value in establishing an electronic relationship. A recent Intuit Health survey showed that patients increasingly want online access for their healthcare information.
72 percent of respondents between the ages 18-65 said they would use an online tool that would help them communicate with their doctor more easily, make appointments, get lab results and pay their medical bills.
84 percent said they would complete their medical forms online prior to their doctor's appoint if they had that option.
Today, more than one-third of non-hospital healthcare practices in the U.S. use an Intuit solution. Intuit's broad reach, trusted brand, and customer-driven innovation processes - combined with the No.1 patient portal solution - make Intuit Health a driving force in improving healthcare for all.